Steam Now Allowing Refunds For Games That You’ve Played Under 2 Hours Within 14 Days of Purchase
Jun
02

Steam Now Allowing Refunds For Games That You’ve Played Under 2 Hours Within 14 Days of Purchase

Steam just changed its refund policy. If you buy a game on the Steam store, you have 14 days to decide if you want to get a refund for it, whatever the reason may be, but keep in mind that you’d also shouldn’t exceed two hours of play time to be eligible for a refund.

There’s also cases where you can get a refund for a piece of DLC, but not all kinds. The money that you’ll receive back will be put either on your Steam Wallet or directly back to service of which money was drawn from, but in some cases that won’t be possible so you’ll receive the refund in your Steam Wallet.

For more information about this new policy, go here.

3 comments

  • LivingHero
    Jun 2, 2015 @ 19:13 pm

    What happens if they buy game. play 2 hours. refund. buy game, play 2 hours, refund…. repeat. FREE game?

    Reply
  • LivingHero81
    Jun 2, 2015 @ 19:18 pm

    can i get it free forever then?

    install, play 2 hours, remove, money back
    install, play 2 hours, remove, money back
    install, play 2 hours, remove, money back
    install, play 2 hours, remove, money back
    install, play 2 hours, remove, money back
    install, play 2 hours, remove, money back
    #8

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    • gprime
      Jun 2, 2015 @ 19:36 pm

      Quote from Steam page:

      Abuse

      Refunds are designed to remove the risk from purchasing titles on Steam—not as a way to get free games. If it appears to us that you are abusing refunds, we may stop offering them to you. We do not consider it abuse to request a refund on a title that was purchased just before a sale and then immediately rebuying that title for the sale price.

      Reply

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